Recovering the Lost World: A Saturnian Cosmology book by Jno Cook is now available as a printed book.
Before you could buy the $7.99 Recovering the Lost World ebooks or free individual chapters in PDF or text format from Cook’s Saturnian Cosmology site. So this is good news for those who prefer to relax and read a book.
The price for each book is $21 though but you certainly get your monies worth of ideas and research into Saturn mythology, Saturn Configurations, plasma mythology and humans history.
Jno’s books and ideas can be very different to other catastrophism and mythology books based or influenced by the Electric Universe theory.
Jno attempts to put a very detailed timeline together of events and when they happened. Obviously some bits of history are very similar to other Velikovsky or Anthony Peratt inspired information or ideas but Cook seems to be much longer term for other things he investigates.
This may be of interest to those who might consider the EU theory mythology of the whole Saturn Configuration, proto Saturn System and its break up etc to happen a bit to quick or recent.
There are certainly some very interesting ideas and everything seems to be thoroughly researched, cross referenced, sourced and put together to create an alternative history for man, our planet and our solar system.
You can read his work for free, although it is good to eventually buy a book to support an authors work and research, and his chapter on The Peratt Column is a very intriguing place to start to visualise Jno’s ideas and what it may have been like to have been a human looking up at the Signs and Wonders being displayed in our Electric Universe.
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